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Sou'wester 

1962 



SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

GEORGETOWN, TEXAS 

JUDIE MONTGOMERY, EDITOR 




Table 
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Contents 



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FOREWORD 
DEDICATION 
CAMPUS 
FACULTY 




CLASSES 
ORGANIZATIONS 
SPORTS 

PERSONALITIES 
STUDENT LIFE 




Dedication 



To Marjorie Beech 



whose love, understandinq and 
loualtu have helped her to view 
the world throuqh rose-tinted 
qlass , this annual is dedicated. 




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Foreword 



Spirals pointing ever upward . . . . exterior symbols 
of undying inner spirit. Ever present .... £uer changing 



Ever striving . . . . Southwestern reaches to greater heights 






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ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 

M NO MAN CAN REVEAL TO YOU AUGHT BUT THAT IVH/CH ALREADY LIES HALF ASLEEP IN THE 
DAWNING OF YOUR KNOWLEDGE." -- Gibran 




FONDREN SCIENCE HALL 



MEN ARE BORN TO INQUIRE AFTER TRUTH. 




LOIS PERKINS CHAPEL 



"AND EVEN AS EACH ONE OF YOU STANDS ALONE IN GOD'S KNOWLEDGE, SO MUST EACH ONE 

OF YOU BE ALONE IN HIS KNOWLEDGE OF GOD AND IN HIS UNDERSTANDING OF THE EARTH." --Gibran 



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ALMA THOMAS THEATRE and FINE ARTS CENTER 

"A THING OF BEAUTY IS A JOY FOREVER." -- Keats 



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Cody Memorial Library 




Mrs. Mildred 
Q. Gervasi 
Librarian 



Miss Agnes 
E. Luecke 
Assistant 
Librarian 



Miss Harriet 
E. Coburn 
Assistant 
Librarian 



Miss Linda 
E. Cheeves, 
Assistant 
Librarian 



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KYLE E. WHITE RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES CENTER 




BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION - HOME ECONOMICS BUILDING 



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BISHOPS MEMORIAL STUDENT UNION BUILDING 



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SUB 






MOOD 



Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wiggins 
Directors of Nlood Hall 



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MARTIN RUTER DORMITORY 



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LAURA KUYKENDALL HALL 




MRS. SWITZER, MRS. LOVEHTHUl, MRS. WHITE 





E.L. Kurth 



AIRS. HILL, SNEED HOUSE 




SNEED HOUSE 



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ISAAC JOEL McCOOK.SR., D.C.S. 
Vice-President, Finance 




A.B., B.D., A.M., Southern Methodist University 
Graduate study, Columbia University 





JOHN DAVID RICHARDS 

Dean of the School of Fine Arts 

B.F.A., M.M.Ed., University of Oklahoma 
Graduate study, Northwestern University 




MARTHA BEA MITTEN 
Dean of Women 

A.B.. M.A., Southern Methodist University 



OSCAR ALVIN ULLRICH 

Head of the School of Arts and Sciences 

*.B.. A.M.. Ph.D., University of Texas 



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ELIZABETH PLATT BEAVER 

Instructor of Foreign Languages (Part Time) 

A.B., A.M., Southwestern University 



J. HAMILTON McCOY 

Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages 

A.B., prury College; A.M.. University of 
Nebraska; Graduate study, Columbia Uni- 
versity 




Foreign Language 



DENES M0N0ST0RY 

Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages 

A.B., Olaf College, M.A. and Graduate 
study, University of Texas 




JOHN CARLISLE SMITH, IR. 

Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages 

A.B., Southern Methodist University; M.A. 
University of Texas 



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ELIZABETH GENTRY HAYES 
Assistant Professor of 
English 

A.B., San Jose State Col- 
lege; A.M.. Graduate study 
Stanford University 



English 



Diploma, Wichita College of Music; 
A.B., Friends U.; B.S., Education, 
Graduate study U. of S. California, 
U. of Indiana, u. of Colorado, U. 
of Texas. 



FREDERICK BURR CLIFFORD 
Professor and Head of the 
Department of Engl ish 

A.B.. Northern Michigan College; B.D. 
Oberlin Graduate School of Theology; A.M. 
and Ph.D., University of Michigan 



JANE BROWN McCOOK 

Instructor in English (part time) 

B.A., A.M., Southwestern University 




RUTH MORAN FERGUSON 
Professor of Engl ish 

A.B.. A.M., Southwestern University; Graduate 
study. University of Chicago and Columbia Uni- 
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JOHN VERNON BERGLUND 
Associate Professor of Religion 
and Phi losophy 

A.B., B.D., A.M., Southern Meth- 
od i st Un i vers i ty; Graduate study, 
Co I umb-i a Un i vers i ty 



Religion 

and 

Philosophy 





HARVEY D. WATTS 

Associate Professor of Religion 

and Phi losophy 

A.B., Southwestern University, 
B.D., A.M., Southern Methodist 
University; Graduate study, Uni- 
versity of Chi cago 



EDMUND HOWARD STEELMAN 

Head of the Department of Religion and Phil- 
osophy, Chairman of the Division of Humanities 

Th.B., Eastern Baptist Seminary, B.S. in Ed. , 
Teachers College, Temple University, S.T.B., 
S.T.M., and S.T.D., Temple School of Theology 



JOHN NELSON RUSSELL SCORE, 1 1 

Assistant Professor of Religion and Philosophy 

?;!;'i t S ? Uth ! eS i ern ""'vers i ty; B.D. Garrett Biblical 
Institute; Graduate study, Duke University 




NORMAN WOODS SPELLMAN 

Assistant Professor of Religion and Philosophy 

siu B dv S v a U L hW ,f tern U " iversit y: B.D.. S.M.U.; Graduate 
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Business Administration 



Economics 



ELIZABETH RILEY LUNDBLAD 
Assistant Professor of Economics 
and Business Administration 

B.S., East Texas State College; 
A.M. Texas Christian University 





BEN RAY COPELAND 

Assistant Professor of Economics 

and Business Administration 

B.B.A., Southern Methodi st Uni- 
versi ty; M. B. A. , North Texas 
State College; CP.A. The State 
of Texas 



LUDWIG HERMAN MERZBACH 

Associate Professor and Head of the Department 

of Economics and Business Administration 

Doctor of Economics and Political Science, 
Un i vers i ty of Be r I in 



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Education 




THOMAS P.JONES 

Associate Professor of Education 

B.S., Sam Houston State College, 
B.Ed., Ph.D., University of Texas 



SARAH S.ZAJICEK 

Associate Professor of Education 

A.B. , A.M. , Ph.D. , University of 
Texas 






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IRENE WHITESIDE DEUPREE 
Associate Professor and Head of 
the Department of Home Economics 

A.M., Texas Woman's University; 
B.S., North Texas State College; 
Graduate study, University of 
Texas 



JUDSON SAMUEL CUSTER 
Professor and Head of the Department of 
Education; Director of Testing and Coun- 
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Col lege; 



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M.M. North Texas State 
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History 
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Government 



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GEORGE C. HESTER 

Professor and Head of the Depart- 
ment of History and Government 

A.B., North Texas State College; 
A.M., Colorado State College of 
Education; Graduate study, Uni- 
versity of Colorado; LL.D., Okla- 
homa City University 






MARTHA BEA MITTEN 

Assistant Professor of History 

A.B., M.A., Southern Methodist 
Uni versi ty 



FREDERICK ERNEST GAUPP 

Professor of History and Government 

Humanistic Gymnasium, Freiburg and 
Koenigsberg; Ph.D., University of 
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RANDOLPH M. MEDLEY 

Director of Athletics; Associate Professor 
and Head of the Department of Physical Edu- 
cation and Physical Training. 

A.B., Missouri Wesleyan College; A.M., South- 
western Un i versi ty 




SHELAGH DAVIES 

Associate Royal Academy of Dancing, London; 
Member Greek Dance Assoc i at i on, London; Study 
U. of Cape Town Ballet Dept.; 6,years soloist 
with London's Festival Ballet performing in 
England, Europe, and the U.S.A.; One year U. 
of Texas Drama Dept. working on B.F.A., con- 
tinuing at Southwestern. 



Physical Education 




BETTY PLOWMAN FISBECK 

Teaching Fel low, Physical Education 

B. S. , University of Texas 




MYRON H.DEES 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education 

and Coach 

B.S., Southwestern University; M.Ed. 
University of Texas 



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SHERMAN D.LESESNE 

Professor and Head of the Department 

of Chemistry 

B.S., Sam Houston State College; A.M., 
Southwestern University; Ph. D. , Un I ver- 
s i ty of Texas 



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JOHN CAMPBELL GODBEY 
Professor of Chemistry 

A.B., A.M., Central College; Graduate study, 
University of Leipzig; Sc. D. , McMurry College 




E.W.KEITH 

Instructor in Natural Sciences and 

Director of Laboratories (part time) 

A.B., A.M., University of Texas 




JOHN EARL ROSE 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry 

B.S., Memphis State University; M.S., Graduate 
study, University of Mississippi 



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Biology 



EB CARL GIRVIN 

Professor and Head of the Department of 

Biology 

A.B., A.M., Ph.D., University of Texas 




GORDON BLOOMFIELD WOLCOTT 
Professor of Biology and Geology 

B.S., M.S., Ph.D., University of Virginia 



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Math 
Physics 




RALPH MARTIN WHITMORE. A.B., A.M. 
Head of the Department of Mathematics 





MARY ELIZABETH WILCOX, A.B., A.M. 
Associate Professor of Mathematics 




F. ARTHUR RICE, A.B., 
Associate Professor of Physics 



JAY CHAPMAN, 

Southwestern University, 
Graduate work, Duke University 



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OSCAR ALVIN ULLRICH 

Professor and Head of the Department of Psychology 

A.B., A.M., and Ph.D., University of Texas 



Sociology 




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FRANK EDWARD LUSKA 

Professor and Head of the Department of 

Sociology. 

A.B., University of Texas; Ph.D., Charles 
University, Prague, Czechoslovakia. 



Psychology 




DAVID KARL SWIT7ER 
Universi ty Chaplain 

A.B., B.D. , M.A. 




DOUGLAS HOOKER 

A.B., Wofford Col lege; M.A., Wayne 
St. University; Ph.D., The University 
of Texas. 



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Associate Professor 
Head of the Department of Art 
B. F. A. , University of Texas 
M. A. , University of New Mexico 




NEAL PUTMAN 

Associate Professor of Art 




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ROLAND ANGUS SPRINGER 

Head of Department of Speech and Drama 

A.B., Ozark Wesleyan College 

A.B., State University of Iowa 

A.'l , Northwestern University 

Ph.D. , New York University 




CHARLES GAYLE TAYLOR 

Assistant Professor of Speech and Drama 

B.F.A., 1F.A., University of Texas 



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JOHN DAVID RICHARDS 

Professor and Head of the Department of Music Education 

B.F.A., M.M.Ed., University of Oklahoma; Graduate study 
Northwestern University 




Music 




I0LA BOWDEN CHAMBERS 

Associate Professor of Piano and Music 

Theory 

B.F.A. in Music, A.B., Southwestern Uni- 
versity; M. Music and Graduate study. Cin- 
cinnati Conservatory of Music. 



R.COCHRANE PENICK 

Associate Professor and Head of the Department of 

Organ and Sacred Music 

A.B., The University of Texas; Sacred Music M. , 
Union Theological Seminary 



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WENDELL LINCOLN OSBORN, B.M., M.Mus. 

Associate Professor 

Head of the Department of Voice 




GEORGE E. NELSON, B.M.Ed., M.Mus. 
Di rector of the Band 



MISS DRUSILLA HUFFMASTER 

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Music 




THOMAS C. DOUGLASS, B.Mus. . M.Mus. 

Associate Professor 

Head of Department of String Instruments 




Administration 




MARJORIE BEECH 

Assistant to the President 





PEARL ALMA NEAS 
Registrar 



) A. LONG, A. 3., S.T.B. 
Di rector of Admissions 



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CONNIE CLENDENIN 

Director of the Bishops Memorial Union 




MARY ELIZABETH FOX, A. 3., B.S., M.A. 
Director of Publicity and the Ex-Student* s 
Association 



Administrative 
Staff 




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BASIL PHILLIPS, B.B.A. 
Auditor 



Dietitians 



EDITH ELIZABETH WILLIAMS 
Dietitian and Supervisor of the 
University Commons 

OPHIE COON, Assistant 





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Campus 
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FLOYD B. LACKEY 
Campus Engineer 



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Personnel 



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Secretary, college of Arts and Sciences 




MARGUERITE OOLAN 

Secretary to the vice-President, Finance 




SALLY MOOD, 

Secretary, Office of the President 



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BETTY KNAUTH 

Secretary to the Auditor 





JANICE FAUBION 

Secretary, Office of the Vice- 
President, Public Relations and 
Development 



ANNABELLE NOBLES, Accountant 
BEVERLY BRAUN, Clerk 




LOUISE RADER 
Cashier 



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JOYCE ROSENBUSCH 

Supervisor of Alumnae Records 




JANICE FORD 

Secretary to the Registrar 




GENE SAUL KLEIN 
Assistant Registrar 






MRS. ELEANOR DICKENS 
Publicity 



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DAN KLINGLESMITH ADAMSON, Vernon; History 

Blue Key; Who's Who Among Students in American 
Col leges and Universities; Dean's List; Pi Gamma 
Mu; Pi Delta E p s i Ion; Phi Delta Theta; Megaphone 

Staff, Edi tor 

LINDA ANN ARMOUR, San Angelo; English 

7eta Tau Alpha; Secretary; L K House Council; 
''ask and Wig 

DIANA KAY BEIGHLE, Tyler; Elementary Ed. 

Delta Delta Delta, Pres.; N.E.A., Pres.; Inter- 
national Club, Sec-Treas. ; S.C. A. ; W.R. A. ; Wo- 
men's Advisory Council; Spanish Club; M.S.M., 
Sec; Alpha Chi; Who's Who Among Students in 
American Colleges and Universities. 

SAMUEL DAVIS BIRKNER, Kingsville; History and 
Gove rnment 

Pi Kappa Alpha; A Cap p e I I a Choir; "S"Asso.; 
Senior Senator; SCONA Delegate; Dean's Team; 
International Affairs Commission, Co-Chairman 

MARILYN RUTH BROUGH, Houston; Elementary Ed. 
Phi Mu, Social Chr., Pledge Director; N.E.A.; 
Negro Fine Arts; French Club; Mask&Wig; W.R. A. 

JIM KIMMEL BROWN, JR., Tyler; History 

Phi Delta Theta; Who's Who Among Students in 
American Colleges and Universities; Blue Key; 
PiGammaMu; Kappa Chi ; M.S. M. ; "S"Asso.; Sen- 
ate; Hono r Counci I ; TISA Co-Ordi nator; Interna- 
tional Club 





MARTHA JANE BURNS, Alvin; History-Secondary Ed. 

Zeta Tau Alpha, Ritual Chr.; N.E.A.; Mask & Wig; 
Pre-Law; Pi Gamma Mu; Junior Class Treasurer 

GEORGE PERRY BURRIS, Lufkin; History 

Phi De I ta Theta, Treas., Rush Ch r . ;; Chee r I eader; 
SUB Directorate; Pre-Law Society; French Club, 
Treasure r 



STAYTON PIERCE CALHOUN, JR., Alice; Drama 

National Collegiate Players; Pi Epsilon Delta, 
Pres.; Mask & Wig, Vice-Pres., Pres., Board of 
Directors; " Gooset ree-Morgan Award" Winner; 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Alumnus Secretary 

FLORENCE 0. CHAMBERS CASKEY, Florence; Elementary 

Ed. 

KATHERINE AINSLIE MOOD CHAPMAN, Midland; History 
and French 

Alpha De 1 1 a Pi , Program Chr., Social Chr., Pan- 
hellenic and IFC Delegate, Corr. Sec, Chaplain; 
Pi Gamma Mu, Historian; Alpha Chi, Vice-Pres.; 
Cardinal Key; Who's Who Among Students in Amer- 
ican Colleges and Universities; Woodrow Wilson 
Fellowship Nominee; N.E.A.; Mask & Wig; S.C. A. 
Council; French Club; Dean's List 



CLINTON HUEY CLEMENTS, Chappell Hill; Religion 
WARREN MOORE CONERLY, Georgetown; Sociology 
SAMUEL ODELL CROUCH, Bryan; Religion and Bible 




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ELIZABETH ANN DAY. Be I I a i re; Elementary Ed. 

Zeta Tau Alpha, House Mgr., Ass't Rush Capt., 
Ritual Chr. . Vice-Pres.; N.E.A.; Mask & Wig; 
SUB Committee; PI Kappa Alpha Dream Girl Nominee 

DORIS ANN DEATS, Dickinson; Music Ed. 
Phi Mu Membership Director, Sec, Song Leader; 
Delta Omicron, Pres.; Band; W.R.A.: Junior Piano 
Club Instructor; Negro Fine Arts; S.C.A. 

JUDITH MARIE EDINGTON, Houston; Economics 
Delta Oelta Delta., Rec. Sec; Spanish Club 
W.R.A.: S.C.A.; N.E.A. 



DONALD LANE EVANS. Houston; Chemistry and Math 

BETTY VIRGINIA EWING, Sinton; Psychology 

Spanish Club; Mask & Wig; S.C.A.; W.R.A..Sec; 
Alpha DeltaPi, Social Chr., Reporter-Historian; 
Best Dressed Nominee; Basketball Sweetheart; 
Kappa Si gma Dream Girl 

ARTHUR ALLEN FEW, JR.. Jasper; Physics 

Pi Kappa Alpha, Social Chr., Scholarship Chr.; 
German Club; Sc i ence Soci ety, Vice-Pres.; ACap- 
pe II a Choir Orientation Leader International 
Affairs Commission; Ugly Man on Campus 



ASHLEY GREEN FINNIE.JR., Georgetown; Math 
JOHN DOUGLASS FISK. Dallas; Ed. and History 





JANET EMILY GIBSON, Eagle Lake; Business Adm. 

Phi Mu, Standards Chr., Sports Capt., Pledge 
Director; W.R.A.; S.C.A. ; Beauty Nominee;0r- 
ientation Leader; Kappa Alpha Rose Nominee; A I I — 
Star Basketball and Volleyball 

DE ETTE GREEN, Pecos; Elementary Ed. 

Delta Delta Delta, Sec, Social Chr., Beauty 
Nominee; W.R.A.; All-Star Volleyball and Bowl- 
ing; N. E. A.; Women's Advisory; 'Best Dressed 
Nominee; SUB Committee; Cheerleader; Spanish 
Club 



PETER HERMANN HAMEL. Houston; 

Phi De I ta Theta, Alumni Sec. 
Club 



Business Adm. 
Young Repub I i cans 



THOMAS L. HANCOCK, Pasadena; History 

Kappa Alpha, Pres., Vice-Pres., Historian; Pre- 
Law Society; Young Republicans Club; Honor 
Counc i I Rep. ; Senate 
MARY KATHRYN HANLY. Eagle Lake; Business Adm. 
Cheerleader; Band; W.R.A.; N.E.A. 

DAVID RICHARD HARES. New Castle. Pennsylvania; 
Rel igion 

Pi Kappa Alpha S.C.A.: M.S.M.; Junior Class 
Pres.; Honor Council; Kappa Chi 



ELIZABETH ANNE HARLEY. San Antonio; Religion 
Zeta Tau Alpha, Social Chr . , Sports Capt.; A 
Cappella Choir; Cheerleader; Independent Beauty 
Nominee; Kappa Chi; German Club; Vice-Pres.- 
T. A. G. S. , Sec; W.R.A.; Orientation Leader; 
S.C.A.; Religious Life Council; Executive Com- 
mittee 

PATRICIA ANN HARRISON, San Antonio; Sociology 

Senate; SUB Directorate; Women's Advisorv 
Sneed House Pres. 

NANCY LEE HART. Sugar Land; Elementary Ed. 
Delta Zeta, Vice-Pres., Publicity Chr.; W R A 
Vice-Pres., Basketball Chr.; M. S M. 1 N E A 
Band; Orchestra 

STANLEY MARTIN HAUERWAS, Dallas; Philosophy 

Phi Delta Theta, Vice Pres.; Sou'wester Staff; 
Senate; Blue Key; Pi Delta Ep s i Ion, Pres.; Pi 
Gamma Mu; Who's Who Among Students in American 
Colleges and Universities; University Council 

THOMAS EARL HAWKINS, Groesbeck; History 

Independent Asso.; Spanish Club 

SHARON HARRIS HOWELL, Houston; English 

Zeta Tau Al pha; Kappa Sigma Dream Girl Nominee; 
Young Republicans, Sec; Basketball Sweetheart 
Nominee; Sou'wester Staff; N.E.A. 





SHELLEY MULLEN HOWELL, Temple; Biology 

Kappa Sigma, Rush Chr., Sports Capt.; German 
Club; Men's Advisory (Ruter Dorm); Men's Pan- 
hellenic; I nt raf ratern i ty Counc i I ; I nt ramura I s; 
Biol ogy Lab Ass i st ant 

SYLVIA "SUSIE" RHEA HUGHES. Houston; Religion 

Del ta Zeta, Pledge Class Pres., Pledge Trainer; 
S.C.A., Fund Drive Chr.; M.S.M.. Program Chr.; 
W. R. A.; SUB D i recto rate , Sen i o r Class Vice- 
Pres., Honor Council; House Council, Social 
Chr.; Cardinal Key, Sec; French Club 



LINDA LOUISE HUTSELL, Anahuac; Sociology 

Delta Zeta, Song Leader, Corr. Sec. Philan- 
thropies Chr.; Kappa Phi; A Cappella Choir; 
French Club; Cardinal Key; Senate, Sec; Junior 
Class Sec-Treas. 

RICHARD WALTER JENKINS, JR., Katy; History and Ed 

Phi Delta Theta; French Club; Senate; A Cappel- 
I a Cho i r 

JERRY JENNINGS, Sulphur Springs; Biology 

Kappa Sigma 



FRED WILLIAM JOHNSON, San Antonio; Spanish 

Spanish Club, Vice-Pres.; International Club; 
Kappa Chi ; M.S.M. 

THOMAS T.S.KAUNG, Hong Kong; Physics and Math 

International Club, Vice-Pres.; S.C.A., Treas. 

JONG SOON KIM, Seoul, Korea; English Lit. 

Delta Zeta (Social Member); International Club; 
M.S.M: Mask & Wig 




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JUDITH ANN KUYKENDALL, Burnet; History 

Independent Asso.; Kappa Phi; Independent Girls 
Vice-Pres., Sec.-Treas.; Spanish Club; Senate; 
Sou'wester Staff ' 

DAN WAYNE LASTER, Yorktown; Biology 

Kappa Sigma; Junior Class Vice-Pres.- Dean's 
List; Biology Lab Assistant 

TRECIA DIAN LASTER. Gladewater; Music Ed. 

Delta Delta Delta, Sponsor Chr.; Negro Fine 
Arts, Teacher 



IKE FRANKLIN LEDGER, Temple; Religion 
EDITH MAE " PENNY" LEWI S, Ki I gore; Elementary Ed. 
Zeta Tau Alpha, Chaplain, Treas.; W.R.A.- Mask 
& Wig; N. E. A.; S.C.A. Council; SUB Publicity 
Chr.; Sneed House Council; Sou'wester Staff 
Art Ed. 

CHEE-KWONG (BILLY) LING, Perak, Malaya; Biology 

International Club, Pres.; Student Senate Inter- 
national Affairs Commission, Co-Chr.; BlueKey 




RICHARD GLEN LOCKHART, Groves; 
Soc i o I ogy 

Phi DeltaTheta, Choruster; Cheer- 
leader; Senate; A Cappel I a Choi r; 
Ruter Dorm Council; German Club 




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JOHN DAVID LUKER, Houston; Music Ed. 

International Club; German Club; Symphon i et ta 

THOMAS ODIS McCLUNGJR., Vernon; History 

Blue Key; Outstanding Freshman Boy, Pres. 
S. C. A., Vice-Pres.; Senate, Publicity Chr. 
National Methodist Scholarship; Honor Council 
Alpha Chi, Treas.; Kappa Chi, Vespers Chr.; In- 
dependent Asso.; " S" Asso. Orientation Leader 
Dean's List; M. S. M. , Program Chr.; Religious 
Life Council; University Council; Mood Hall 
Dorm Counc i I 

KENNETH DALE McELROY, Cleburne; Historv 



HORACE ZEE-MINGT MA. Hong Kong; Physics and Math 
Science Society, Vice-Pres.; TASCA; Internation- 
al Club; German Club 

JOANNA MAY, Edinburg; Elementary Ed. 

Delta Zeta, Social Chr., Historian, Treas.; 

Sou'wester- Staff, Class Ed., Girls' Sports; 

N. E. A.; W.R.A., Swimming Chr.; Spanish Club; 
Dean's List 

BEVERLY JAN MEDFORD, Tyler; Religion 

Delta Zeta, Chaplain; Kappa Phi.; Kappa Chi; 
M.S.M. Council; S.C.A. Council; W.R.A.; French 
Club 



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BARBARA JEAN MENKING, Kemah; Elementary Ed. 

Phi Mu, Sec, Beauty Nominee; N.E.A. Kappa Phi, 
Soc i al Chr . , Pres. 

WILLIAM JAMES MILLER. Waelder; History 

Kappa Sigma, Pledge Trainer, Guard; Intramurals 
(Vol leybal I , Basketbal I) 

WELDON MERRIMAN MORTON, Galveston; Economics 

Phi Delta Theta, Sports Capt., Reporter; Soph. 
Class Pres.; Junior class Pres.; Senior Class 
Pres.; "S" Asso., Pres., Treas.; Ruter Dorm, 
Pres.; Varsity Basketball; Student Welfare Com- 
mittee 

RUTHEL JAMES MOTT.JR., Georgetown; Drama and Speech 
Pi Kappa Alpha; Mask & Wig, " Gooset ree-Morgan" 
Award, vice-Pres., Board of D i recto rs; Pi Epsilon 
Del ta 

JOSEPH WILLIAM PATTON, Greenville; Business Admin. 
Kappa Sigma 

SUSAN JANE PETRY, Bethesda, Maryland; English 

Independent Asso., Food Chr.; Independent Girls, 
Vice-Pres.; Spanish Club; W.R.A.: Mask & Wig; 
Megaphone Staff; Sou'wester staff; M.S.M. Pres.; 
International Club, Vice-Pres., Social Chr.; 
Science Society; Young Republicans Club 




JAMES ANDERSON REID, Houston; History 

Kappa Alpha, Vice-Pres., Sec. , Rush Capt. ; Blue 
Key; Young Repub I i cans Club, Vice-Pres.; ACap- 
pella Choir; Ruter Dorm Pres. ; Senate; Student 
Life Commi t tee 

JO ANN RICE. Houston; Business Admin. 

Independent Asso Vice-Pres.; Independent Wo- 
men. Pres.; N. E. A.; Kappa Phi Reporter- Pi 
;»■«. Sec. -Treas.; R K ap a A re m 
Girl Nominee; Beauty Nominee; All-Women's Ad- 
visory Council, Vice-Pres., Pres. 

MARY ELIZABETH RIDER. Tomball; Business Admin. 

R^h a o D h e J ta V' Beauty Nomi ™e. Ideal Initiate, 
? . Chr ,7- Pres - : Panhel lenic. IFC Delegate 
Women s Advisory Council; W.R.A.. Treas.; Bes 
Dressed Nominee; student Welfare Committee 

EL Re E Mg L ?o U n SE R,SINGER ' Dallas : Sociology and 

B = n r M * U ' Standards Chr., Chaplain; Kappa Phi 

ill, lirl' V ' ce - Pres -. Chaplain; Alpha Chi, Sec • 
Kappa Chi; P, Gamma Mu; Cardinal Key; S C A 
Council; Counselor; Who's Who Among Students 
m American Colleges and Universities 

JOHN OLEN ROARK, Greenville; History 

Kappa Sigma; Senate; Vice-Pres. Pre-Law Society- 
Varsity Basebal I ; Phi Delta Epsilon; Spanish 
Club. Pres.; Sou'wester Staff. Sports Ed.; Mega- 
phone Staff ; Young Republicans; SUB Board; Reg- 
ional KappaSigma Scholarship-Leadership Winner 

MARGARET RODGERS. Wilmington, Delaware- 
Elementary Ed. 

Kappa Phi, N.E.A., Publicity Chr.; Mask & wig- 
Young Republicans; Alpha Chi; phi Mu Vice- 
Pres. , Social Service Chr. 



ROBERT BICKLEYPINCKNEY, Houston; 
Rel igion 

Megaphone Staff 




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ROBERT TERRY RORK, San Angelo; Business Admin. 

Kappa Sigma, Pledge Trainer, Al umni Sec. , Guard, 

Grandmaster of Ceremonies; P re-Law Soc i ety; Track; 

SUB Directorate; Spanish Club 
JOSEPH WILLIAM ROYCE, Tyler; History 

Phi Delta Theta 
JO SALTER, Stockdale; Sociology 

SANDY DIANN SANDERS. Beaumont; English 

Phi Mu, Rush Cap t . , Social Ch r . ; W.R.A. Council; 
Gol f Chr. ; N. E. A. ; Mask&Wig; Orientation Leader 

MARGARET JOAN SCHELLING, Houston; Pre-Law 

Zeta Tau Alpha, Sec, Pres., Song Leader; Pre- 
Law Society, Sec; Senior Class Secretary; Young 
Republicans; SCONA Delegate; Women's Advisory; 
Negro Fine Arts, Teacher; Delta Omicron; Senior 
Critique Writer; SUB Forum Committee, Co-Chr.; 
Senate International Affairs Committee 

JOSEPH POWELL SHELDON. San Antonio; Biology 

Phi Del ta Theta, Pres. ; Men's Panhel I eni c, Pres.; 
Interf raternity.; Pres.; Varsity Track, Let ter; 
" S" Asso. 



SANDRA LOUISE SHENKIR. San An- 
tonio; Elementary Ed. 

Independent Asso.; N.E.A. 




BARBARA JOAN SING, Houston; Pre-Law 

Delta Zeta, Scholarship Chr., Rec Sec, Histor- 
ian; German Club; Pre-Law Society, Social Chr.; 
Pi Gamma Mu; Art Asso. 

SUSAN STAPLES. Houston; History 

Zeta Tau Alpha, Rush Capt., Scholarship Chr.; 
Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges 
and Universities; B i shops Memo rial Union, Pres.; 
Cardinal Key, Vice-Pres., Senate, Head of Inter- 
national Affairs Commission; Sophomore Class 
Sec; Panhe I I eni c and IFC; Dean's List; Pi Gamma 
Mu; University Council'; Megaphone Staf f ; Magazi ne 
Feature Writer 
SUSAN VICTORIA STARK, Lake Jackson; Re Ti g i on 

DeltaZeta, Chaplain, RushChr.. Panhellenic Del- 
egate; Cardinal Key, Outstanding Freshman and 
Sophomore Woman, Pres.; Dames' Club Award; Honor 
Council; S.C.A.; Al pha Chi ; German Club; Women's 
Panhellenic, Pres.; Student Life Committee; SUB 
Governing Board; Kappa Chi; Dean's List; Orien- 
tation Leader; M.S.M.; Who's Who Among Students 
in American Colleges and Universities. 

MERVYN WALTER STELTER, Houston; Psychology 
and Phil osophy 

Pi Kappa Alpha, Corr. Sec, Rush Chr., Pledge Mas- 
ter; Men's Panhellenic & IFC; Kappa Chi; German 
Club, Vice-Pres. 

SHARON BLISS ST. LAWRENCE, Houston; Elementary Ed. 

Delta Zeta, Scholarship; Cheerleader; Pi Kap- 
pa Alpha Dream Girl; N.E.A.; Phi Delta Epsilon; 
Sou'wester Staff 

SONDRA JEAN SULLIVAN. Dallas; Elementary Ed. 

Zeta Tau Alpha, Historian, Social Chr., Corr. 
Sec; Megaphone Staf f; Spanish club , Vice Pres., 
Sec-Treas.; N.E.A.; Mask & Wig; SUB Publicity 
Committee; W.R.A. 



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SATOSHI TATSUMI. Himeji; Japan; Religion 

Kappa Chi; M.S.M.; International Club 

SHEILA ANN THOMAS, Sweeny; Elementary Ed. 

Phi Mu, Pres., Treas.; Kappa Phi; N.E.A.; W.R.A.; 
Women's Advi so ry Counci I ; I nterf raterni ty Coun- 
cil; Band 

MARY LASCHELLE THOMPSON, Jourdanton; Biology 

Alpha Delta Pi, Sports Capt., Activities Chr.; 
Band; Megaphone Staff; W.R.A., Pres.. All-Star 
Volleyball and Basketball; Senate; German Club 
SUB Directorate; Sneed House Council' 



BOBBY PARNELL TINDELL. Waco; Religion 

Pi Kappa Alpha, Chaplain, Songleader; Kappa Chi 
Del ta Zeta Dream Man 

RAYMOND ALLISON TROMPLER, Dallas; Biology 

Alpha Chi; Science Society; Independent Asso., 
Pres. 

ANN BEAVERS VAN VLECK. Georgetown; Art 




CAROLYN ANN DORBANDT WATTS, Tyler; 
History 

Delta Delta Delta, Service Projects, 
Treas.; Basketball Sweetheart Nominee; 
Cardinal Key, Outstanding Freshman; 
S.C.A., Treas.; Senate; International 
Club, Social Chr.; Dean's List; Cardi- 
nal Key; Science Society; Pi Gamma Mu; 
National Methodist Scholarship 




HARVEY DAVID WATTS, Georgetown; Biology 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Honor Council; Dean's List; 
"S"Asso., Sec; M.S.M., Treas.; Science So- 
ciety; Senate, Vice-Pres., Pres.; Blue Key; Who's 
Who Among Students in American Co I I eges and Uni- 
versities; A Cappella Choir 

WILLIAM ORVILLE WATTS. Wichita Falls; Business 

Ad m i n. 

Kappa Sigma; Pre-Law Society 

EVERETTE DON WILLIAMS, Georgetown; Math and 
Chemi st ry 

Baseball, Letterman; Science Society, Pres.; 
"S" Assoc, Pres., Sec; German Club; Dean's 
List; Alpha Chi; Who's Who among Students in 
American Colleges and Universities 

JO ANN WINFREY, Houston; Elementary Ed. 

Alpha Delta Pi, Treas., Social Chr.; M.S.M.; 

S.C.A., Publicity Chr., Sec; W.R.A., Archery 

Chr.; Reporter; Cardinal Key, Treas.; N.E.A., 

Pres. 

MILES KENAN WOMACK.JR., Quincy. Florida; Religion 

Kappa Alpha; A Cappella Choir; S.C.A. Council 

LINDA WOOSTER, Alvin; Elementary Ed. 

Zeta Tau Alpha, Chaplain, StandardsChr.;A Cap- 
pella Choir; Organ Guild; Mask £ Wig; N.E.A., 
Sec, Honor Council; S.C.A., Membership Chr.; 
Kappa Phi; Spanish Club; Kappa Chi 




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ALLEN, JEFF, Alice 
ANDERSON, DENNIS, 

Anaco, Venezuela 
BAKER, BUTCH, Sonora 
BANTA, SUZANNE, El Paso 



BENJAMIN, BEBO, Austin 
BINGHAM, JEANNE, 

Marquette, Michigan 
BOHMFALK, JIM, Beaumont 



JUNIORS 



CANADY, CAROLYN, Palestine 
COFFEY, CLARICE, Texas City 
COON, SANDY, San Antonio 



CHOPPIN, CHARLES, Belton 
COX, HENRY, Port Arthur 
CRITTENDEN, SARA, Ingram 
ELLIOT, SANDRA, Georgetown 




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lift 41 A 




md 





ERVIN, DEWEY, Houston 
EUBANKS, CHARLES, Odessa 
EVANS, JERRY, Dallas 
FAIR, BILL. Hunt 



FERGUSON, ARLEN, Houston 
FIELDER, PHIL, Farmersvi I le 
FLETCHER, PAT, Georgetown 



GUEST, JANE, Houston 




FRANKS, JON MICHAEL, Marshall 
GARRETT, MIKE, Wichita Falls 



HANDER, LECIL, Belton 
HARREL, MIKE, Dallas 



HAYS, KAY, Freeport 
HITT, MERRITT, Midland 
HOLLINGSWORTH, JOHNNY 
Odessa 



J U N 




HOUSER, MARGARET, 
Corpus Christi 
HUTKA, JOHNNIE, Temple 
HOCHETZ, CALVIN, Gonzales 
JONES, LARRY, Victoria 



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KENESSON, HUNTLEY, 

Woodvi I le 
KENT, CAROLYN JO, Orange 
KNAUTH, BETTY, Houston 
KNIPPA, CHERRYL, Austin 



I O R S 



LANE, DICK, Wichita Falls 
LANGFORD, PENNEY, 

Brownsvi I le 
LAZENBY, JIMMY, Highlands 




LEMONS, DAVID, Houston 
LINDLEY, JAMES, Houston 



LOVELESS, BOB, Bastrop 



MA, NANCY, Hong Kong, China 
MARSHALL, ROSALIND, Edinburg 



MILLER, CHARLENE, Be 1 1 a i re 
MOBLEY, GARY, McNeil 
MORGAN, JOANNA, Austin 



MOURADOGLOU, ALKIS, 

Athens, Greece 
MUNSON, KAREN, Lockhart 
MUNSON, SANDRA, Georgetown 
MURRELL, GRANT, Lufkin 




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NICHOLSON, BARBARA, 

Garland 
NIETO, ERNEST, Houston 
NYQUIST, JUDY, Eldorado 
OLSON, LINDA, Fort Worth 



PALOS, JOSE, Harlingen 
PATTON, LYNN, Greenville 
PINKSTON, Walter, Houston 



PULKRABEK, FRANK, Taylor 
RABEN, STEVE, Houston 



RODDEN, FRAND, San Angelo 
ROE, GLENDA, Beeville 



ROPER, BOBBIE, Austin 
SANDBERG, BERNIE, Austin 
SCHMITT, RICHARD, Fort Worth 



J U N 




SCOTT, MARGARET, Texas City 
SEEBER, JOE, Grand Prairie 
SHARE, ALAN, Annandale, Va. 
SHIMER, CAROLYN, Colorado City 



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SHULT, ELEANOR, Columbus 

SMITH, BARBARA, Dallas 

SMITH, KAREN, Georgetown 

SPEAR, MARGARET, Kilgore 



I O R S 



STANDLEY, JUDY, Madisonville 
STANLEY, RICHARD, Georgetown 
STRICKLER, KATHY, Baytown 



WATTS, JACKIE, Houston 
WELTER, DON, Colorado City 
WHITMIRE, WILSON, Slidell 



WILLIAMS, BARBARA, Floresville 
WILLIS, ED, Longview 
WILSON, CHARLES, Freeport 
WINFREY, LAURA JANE, Houston 




WANG, LYNN, Kuala Lumpur, Malaya 
WARD, JO ANN, Tombal 



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ABEL, GERALD, Elgin 
ADERHOLT, BEN, Corpus Christi 
ALLEN, JOAN, Waco 



ANDERSON, ALAINE, Taylor 
ANDERSON, LYNN, San Angelo 
ARMSWORTH, MOLLY, San Antonio 



BAENZIGER, JOAN, Seguin 
BAILEY, G.H., Raymondvil le 
BARNES, BECKY, San Angelo 



BARNES, LANEILL, Bryan 
BENNISON, LINDA, LaMarque 
BETTCKER, ANGIE, Houston 



BIGHAM, BEVERLY, Lubbock 
BLOOMQUIST, " BEBE" , Douglas, Ariz 
BOHMFALK, CHARLES, Weslaco 



BOHMFALK, JOAN, Uvalde 
BOHMFALK, POLLY, Beaumont 
BREWER, BARBARA, Crowley, La. 



BROCKMAN, JOHN, Rockdale 
BROWN, ROGER, Fort Worth 
BURGIN, SARA, Dickinson 




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BUSBY, KAREN, San Antonio 
BUTLER, JIM, Dickinson 
CAMERON, LINDA, Brownsville 



CHAFFIN, AMY, Bellaire 
COKER, DON, Dickinson 
COLLINS, Bill, Dallas 



CONNER, BILL, Houston 
COOPER, CONNIE, Houston 
COX, BILLY, San Antonio 



CUMMINGS, SHEILA, Houston 
DANSBY, BILL, Bryan 



SO P H O 



DE LA ROSA, ROBERT, Weslaco 



DILLON, TOM, New Braunfels 
DOMEL, EUGENE, Jarrell 
DRAEGER, JAMES, Walburg 



DRAKE, GEOFFREY, San Juan 
DRISKELL, LINDA, Crockett 
EARLS, PAUL, Houston 



EASLEY, DAVID, Houston 
ELKINS, ANN, College Station 
ELLIS, ED, Houston 



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EVANS, JOHN, Frakes, Kentucky 
FANG, MARCUS, Seremban, Malaya 
FOWLER, BARBARA, Midland 



FRAZER, NANCY, Bellaire 
FREYDENFELDT, KATHY, Georgetown 
GAY, NANCY, Dallas 



G00DL0E, MISSY, Searcy, Arkansas 
GREER, GLENDA, Morgan 
GUYTON, HARRY, Austin 



HAILEY, JULIE, Conroe 
HALLMAN, KITTY, Killeen 



MORES 



HAMME, KAREN, Edinburg 



HARRIS, KAKI, Houston 
HELPINSTILL, JIM, Freeport 
HENSLEY, JOHN THOMAS, Dallas 



HILL, LARRY, Houston 
HINTON, LINDA, Temple 
HOLMES, GRETCHEN, Denison 



HOWARD, GLENN, Alice 
HUESTIS, NICKY, Taft 
HUTCHISON, PAT, South Houston 




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ISRAEL, TROY ANN, Lake Jackson 
JACKSON, KAY, Houston 
JOHNSON, NORMA, Austin 



JOHNSON, WILLIAM, Houston 
JONES, KHAKI, Brenham 
JORDAN, WAYNE, Nixon 



KANDELER, FRED, Beaumont 
KATOOL, GEORGETTE, San Antonio 
KEYS, CARLELA, Georgetown 



KING, CAROLYN, Dallas 

KNAUFF, JERRY, Rochester, Indiana 



SO P H O 



IGHT, EDDIE, San Saba 



KNOX, KAREN, Houston 
KRAEMER, LAURIE, San Antonio 
KRENEK, KATHRYN, Vanderbilt 



LANE, CAROL, Ferguson, Missouri 
LANKFORD, DALLAS, Timpson 
LEMMOND, JAMES, LaMarque 



LIPSCOMBE, KEN, Waco 
LOCKHART, BOB, Sulphur Springs 
LOFTIN, TOMMY, Houston 



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LONG, EMILY, Palacios 
LORFING, MICHAEL, Georgetown 
LOVELESS, DIANA, Houston 



McCALLIE, PEGGY, Matador 
McCLELLAN, MAC, Port Isabei 
McCLURG, DON, Houston 



MCDONALD, JIM, Georgetown 
MADDOX, GARY, Houston 
MALONE, MRS. GEORGIA, 
Georgetown 

MAST, ANN, Midland 
MARSH, BRUCE, Houston 



MORES 



MATHENY, CARMEN, Houston 



MAYS, BECKY, Freeport 
MENDENHALL, STAN, Dallas 
MILLER, MOLLY, Deer Park 



MOCK, SUE GALE, LaPorte 
MOFFETT, HARVEY, San Antonio 
MONTGOMERY, JUDIE, Houston 



MOODY, JAN, Austin 
MOORE, JIM, 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 
MORELAND, MARTHA, Houston 




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MORI AN, CLARKE, Beaumont 
MOWAT, PAT, Dallas 
MUNDAY, JOE, Houston 



MURPH, WAYNE, San Antonio 
NORTHINGTON, NANCY, Temple 
OSBORNE, CATHIE, Lone Star 



PATTERSON, RON, Grand Prairie 
PERRY, PAT, Lake Jackson 
PETROSKY, TOMMY, Georgetown 



PORTER, TOMMY, San Antonio 
RANDALL, DON, Victoria 



SO P H O 



REAL, TERRY, Kerrville 



REED, DIANA, West Columbia 
SANDERS, ROBERT, Georgetown 
SANDIDGE. JOHN, San Antonio 



SANDLIN, GLENN, Lufkin 
SANTOS, RAUL, Robstown 
SCHOENFIELD. KIT, Dallas 



SCHOLZE, SANDY, Beaumont 
SCHULZE, LINDA, Mission 
SCHWALBE, MINTA JO, Del Rio 



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SHARP, NANCY, Mineola 
SIMANK, CHARLES, Brenham 
SIMONS, TINKA, Houston 



SLATER, STEWART, Topeka, Kans. 
SMITH, JIM, Pasadena 
SMYTH, ADA, Amarillo 



SONNEN, GWYNNE, San Antonio 
SPEER, DIANE, Carrizo Springs 
SPELLMANN, FRANK, Cuero 



SPINKS, JOHNNY, Crockett 
SPRINGS, FRANCINE, Seguin 



MORES 



STEPHENSON, NANCY, Alice 



STURDEVANT, JOHN, Houston 
TANNER, PAT, Duncanville 
THOMAS, WILLIAM, Richards 



TODD, DON, Georgetown 
VICKERS, CLEDDIE, Liberty Hi 
VOGLER, HAROLD, Georgetown 



WADE, PATRICK, Bay City 
WARNER, DAVID, San Angelo 
WATSON, JACKIE, McAllen 



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WEISSINGER, DOREEN, Houston 
WHITE, BOB, Killeen 



WHITE, JACK, Leonard 
WICHMAN, MARCELLA, Lufkin 



WIGINTON, REX, Longview 
WILLIAMS, PERRY, Pasadena 



WILSON, LINDA, Palestine 

!, LAURENCE, Hong Kong, China 



WOOD, MARY LOVEY, Mission 
ILOCK, BETTY, Fort Worth 



WORTHAM, GLENN, Channelview 
WYNNE, GEORGIA, Kirbyville 



YATES, GEORGE, Baytown 
ZIESER, MARY ANN, Weslaco 



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Sec retary 



PQCOC* 






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ALEMAN, PETE, Georgetown 
ARDAYA, RGBERTO, Cochabamba, 

Bo I ivia 
ARNSBERGER, CHERYL, Houston 
BALDERSON, MRS. LUCILLE, 

Lincoln, Nebraska 



BARTH, DIANNE. Texas City 
BARTON, SUZANNE, Calvert 
BASEY, JINX, Pasadena 
BEARD, MARTHA, Bryan 



BEATTY, BILL, Houston 
BELL, TOM, Beaumont 
BODDEN, JACK, Houston 
BOETTCHER, TINA, Elgin 



F R E S 




BONNELL, NELL, Dallas 
BORG, ROBERT, 

San Antonio 
BOST, ROBERT, Georgetown 
BOUTON, BEVERLY, 

San Antonio 



BOYDSTUN, BARBARA, Houston 
BRASELTON, JAMES, 

Texas City 
BRENNEMAN, MARY ANN, 

Lubbock 
BRIDGES, JANET, Houston 

BRIEF, MARY ALICE, 

San Antonio 
BROWN, BETTY, Waco 
BROWN, GEORGE, Houston 
BROWN, JIM, Houston 
BUCKSTAFF, SHERWOOD, 

Houston 
BURCELON, BOB, Houston 
BURNS, MAC, San Antonio 
BURTON, LINDA, Longview 
BUTLER, SHERAN, Fort Worth 
CALLAN, SUNDA, Menard 
CALLICUTT, ANN, Houston 
CECIL, ANTHONY, Nacogdoches 



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CHILES, JANIS, San Antonio 
CLEKDENIN, MARY ANN, Dallas 
COLE, SYLVIA, Pasadena 
COLLIER, JENNIE, 
Sulphur Springs 



CONANT, JOEL, Bastrop 
CONN, CORNELIA, Kirbyville 
CONNOLLY, TOM, Ingleside 
COOPER, NANCY, Fort Worth 



CORNITIUS, LYNETTE, Houston 
COTRAN, ACHILLE EDWARD, 

Haifa, Israel 
COX, BETHA, Luling 
CROW, ROBIN, San Antonio 




HM E N 



DAUGHERTY, DIANNE, Dallas 
DAVIS, GENE, 

Nashville, Tennessee 
DEARMAN, JOYCE, Odem 
DENISON, REBEKAH, Lampasas 
DICKSON, FRANCES, 
La Paz, Bol ivia 

DILLASHAW, PATSY, Houston 
DIXON, JACKIE, Beaumont 
DOUGALL, JANICE, Houston 
DUKE, RAY, Houston 
EDWARDS, ROBERT, Houston 



EKBLAD, JANICE, 

Atlanta, Georgia 
EVERETT, GERALD, Houston 
FAGALA, CAROLYN, Elsa 
FAIRBEND, PATTI, Houston 
FERGUSON, TOM, Bryan 

FINCH, RICHARD, 

Nashville, Tennessee 
FISCHER, JIM, Kingsville 
FISH, BILLIE RUTH, Menard 
FLOWERS, ELLIOTT, Houston 
GABRIEL, SHARON, Taft 








GAYLE, LOIS, Edna 
GILBERT, JUDY, Houston 
GLAZNER, LARRY, Lubbock 
GOSS, GEORGE, Alice 



GRANBERRY, CAROLYN, Dallas 
GRIFFIN, TOMMY, Houston 
GUINN, KAREN, Houston 
GULLEDGE, JACK, San Antoni 



HAGERTY, WILLIAM, Austin 
HAMILTON, TOM, Houston 
HARBESON, HOP, Houston 
HARDY, JIM, Willis 



F R E S 




HARLEY, DAVID, San Antonio 
HARVEY, MARY ANN, Waco 

HAUSENFLUKE, KAREN, 

Georgetown 
HEMPHILL, ALECIA, Odessa 
HERBERT, JAMES, Marble Falls 

HESTER, PEGGY, 

Three Rivers 
HICKMAN, DEANNA, San Antonio 
HILLER, LIZ, Houston 
HITT, LIZ, Midland 
HOLLOWAY, JOHNNY, Lubbock 



HOSMER, GAY, San Antonio 
HOUSE, CAROLYN, Three Rivers 
HUDGENS, ELNORA, Katy 
HUESTIS, PAULA, Taft 
HUGHES, CARLITA, San Antonio 



JACOBSON, KENNETH, Houston 
JOHNSON, DALE, New Braunfels 
JONES, SUSAN, Lancaster 
JORDAN, SARAH, Jasper 
KERN, CARRIE, Fort Worth 



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KHOURY, WADIS, 

Haifa, Israel 
KILGORE, CAROLYN, 

Mt. Pleasant 
KILPATRICK, KAY, Houston 
KOCH, PATSY, Waco 



KOWEN, KENNETH, Lake Jackson 
KRAUSE, JOAN, Copperas Cove 
KUNKEL, FRITZI, Brenham 
LACY, LARRY, Devine 



LANGSTON FRANNIE, Houston 
LAWSON, BECKY, Waco 
LEAVELL, GARRY, Houston 
LEDBETTER, JUDY, Dallas 



H M E N 




LENEHAN, GEORGE, San Antonio 
LIGON, ROBERT, Houston 
LOVE, JUDY, Del Rio 
LOW, TED, Brenham 
LOWMAN, MONA, Floresville 



LLOYD PAT, Bryan 
LLOYD, RUTH, Waco 
LUCKEL SUSAN, Houston 
LUNSFORD, DINAH, Houston 
McCLUNG, TANNA, Vernon 

McCOLLUM, THOMAS, 
Liberty Hill 

Mcdonald, karen,, 

Wichita Falls, 
MCGREGOR, LINDA, Austin 
McMILLAN, JUDY, Houston 
MANESS, MICHAEL, Beaumont. 

MARSHALL, SHARRON, Victoria 
MARTIN, MERRY, San Antonio 
MASHBURN, TERRY, Fort Worth 
MAXTED, IRENE, Houston 
MERCHANT, KEY, Premont 




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MESSER, BONNIE, Austin 
MILLER, BILL, Navasota 
MOORE, SANDRA, Omaha 
MORRIS, ARTHUR, Houston 



MORROW, SANDRA, Houston 
MORROW, SUZANNE, Sinton 
MOSES, MELINDA, Houston 
MUNSON, EILEEN, Lockhart 



MURPHREE, SANDRA, Dickinson 
NAEGELIN, LANNY, 
New Braunfels 
NEELY, MARTHA, San Benito 
NESBITT, JAN, East Pakistan 



F R E S 




NICHOLSON, NICK, 

Garland 
O'BANON, ANN, Lometa 
OEFINGER, BEN, Dallas 
PARSE, WALTER, Harlingen 
PARKS, SUE, Midland 

PEACOCK, SUSAN, Dallas 
PENNINGTON, SANDRA, 

Georgetown 
PERRY, JERRY, Georgetown 
PETERS, FRANCES ANN, 

LaMarque 
PETERS, PAT, Houston 

PHILBRICK, JACK, Robstown 
PLATT, MARCIA, Houston 
POCOCK, HOPPY, 

Corpus Christi 
POWELL, BOB, Dallas 
PRYOR, DON, Baytown 

RAWLINGS, ANNE, Tyler 
RAY, COOKIE, McAllen 
ROBERTSON, JOHN, Houston 
ROBINSON, LYNN, Dallas 
ROPER, PAM, Bebe, Arkansas 



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ROSCHENI, KAY, San Antonio 
RYDELL, KAREN, Georgetown 
RYDELL, LaVERNE, Austin 
SECHRIST, RICHARD, 
Corpus Christi 



SHAW, SKIPPER, Dallas 
SHEPPERD, JOHN BEN, Odessa 
SHOOK, DICK, 

Logansport, Indiana 
SHUTO, JUNZO, 

Odawara, Japan 



SIDDALL, SARA, Bryan 
SIMECEK, RAY, Yorktown 
SIMON, ILEE, Junction 
SMITH, ELIZABETH, 
Breckenridge 




H M E N 



SMITH, JIMMIE, San Angelo 
SON, THAD, Hillsboro 
SPEAR, CHARLOTTE, 

Los Fresnos 
SPELLMANN, DIANE, Cuero 
SPIEKERMAN, MIKE, Edroy 

STEVENS, KAY, Fort Worth 
STEWART, BEVERLY, Sandy 
STONE, CHARLA, 

Roswel I , New Mexico 
STONE, JUDY, Austin 
STORY, SHERIAN, 

Corpus Christi 

SULLIVAN, FRED, Woodville 
SUYDAN, ROBERT, Houston 
TERRY, ELLEN, Dallas 
THOMAS, SHERRON, 

Georgetown 
TIDWELL, GEORGE, Houston 

TITSWORTH, MELISSA, Ennis 
TROMPLER, DON, Dallas 
TULLES, CARLA, San Antonio 
VANCE, GRIFF, Houston 
VANCE, JIM, • 

Logansport, Indiana 





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YICKERS, TOM, San Antonio 
VIRDEN, SHARON, 

Fredericksburg 
VOLUSE, CHUCK,. 

Baltimore, Maryland 

WADSWORTH, ANN, 

Lake Charles, Louisiana 

WALKER, CLIFF, Beaumont 
WALL, BILL, Houston 
WARD, JO SCOTT, 

Sulphur Springs 
WARNER, CLAIRE, Houston 



WATKINS, JO, Groves 
WATTS, BILL, Georgetown 
WEEMS, LIN, San Antonio 
WEIMER, KATHY, Palacios 



WEIR, MARY, San Antonio 
WELCH, DONNA, Devine 
WHITAKER, SANDRA, Ozona 
WILLIAMS, JESSE, Houston 



WILSON, KATHY, Kerrville 
WISLER, ROBERTA, Houston 
WRIGHT, CHARLIE, Houston 
ZERR, ELISE, San Antonio 



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Student Senate 




The. Student Senate, organization of student government, meets weekly 
on Tuesday evenings to discuss matters relevant to the student body, and 
to decide questions relati ng to student government problems. Dean Mitten 
serves as sponsor. 




David Watts, President 



Huntley Kennesson, Treasurer 
Linda Hutsel I , Secretary 




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Left to right: Freshman Senators: 
George Goss, Mary Weir, and Mike 
Spiekerman, Sophomore Senators: 
Fred Kandeler, Cathie Osborne, and 
Ben Aderhol t. 





Left to right: Dewey Ervin, Pres- 
ident of Honor Counci I ; Calvin 
Jochetz, Vice-President of Senate; 
Susan Staples, President of SUB. 



Left to right: Senior Senators: SamBirkner, 
Pat Harrison, and Jim Kennedy. Junior Sena- 
tors: Bernie Sandberg, Arlen Ferguson, and 
Penny Langford. 




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Honor Council 




Sitting are: Ben Aderholt, Tinka Simons, Cherie Knippa, Laura Jane Winfrey, and Steve Raben. 
Standing are: David Warner, Joanna Morgan, Jon Franks, Dewey Ervin, and Susie Hughes. 



The Honor Council of Southwestern is based on the belief that cheating in any form is 
injurious to al I students and a grievance to an institution of higher learning. The purpose 
of the honor system is to stimulate and promote the ideals of honor and integrity among 
students, and to el iminate the practice of cheating by putting into practice these ideals. 
Chairman'of the Honor Council is Dewey Ervin, Secretary, Joanna Morgan. 



SUB Governing Board 



The SUB Governing 
Board programs and carries out Student 
Union Building activities. Officers are 
Susan Staples, President; Fred Kandler, 
Yice-President; Cherrie Knippa, Secre- 
tary; Susie Stark and Jim Kennedy , Mem- 
bers-at-large. Connie Clendenin and Mr. 
Nelson serve as sponsors. 




Standing: Don Todd, Jim Bohmfalk, John 
Roark. Sitting: Steve Raben, LaSchelle 
Thompson, Bebo Benjamin, Judy Thornton, 
George Burris. 




Standing: Bob Rork, Jul ie Hai ley, Bi 1 1 
Fair. Sitting: Missy Good I oe, Susie 
Hughes, Laura Jane Winfrey, Pat Har- 
rison, Barbara Nicholson. 



Left to right: Susie Stark, Mr. Smith, 
Cherrie Knippa, Susan Staples, Fred 
Kandler, Mr. Nelson, Connie Clenden- 
in. 




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Men's House Councils 




Mood Hall - Eddie Knight, Dwight Haley, Merriman Morton 



Ruter Dormitory - Hank Bradley, John Hensley, Ed Willis, Sandy Coons, 
Jon Franks, Paul Tuxworth. 




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Women's House Councils 




SEATED: Linda Driskell, Charla Stone, Carolyn Kilgore, Beverly 

Bigham, Kay Jackson; 

STANDING: Mary Lovey Woods, Sara Jordan. 



The House Councils 
are the governing 
bodies of the women's 
dormi tories. Themem- 
bers act in an advis- 
ory capacity and as 
a planning and im- 
provement agency. 



STANDING: Mary Ann Zeiser, Jerry Evans, Nancy Stephenson 
SEATED: Bebo Benjamin, Jackie Watts, Carolyn Shimer, Glenda Roe 




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Blue Key 




FIRST ROW: Calvin Jochetz, Tommy McClung, Jim Brown, Jim Reid, Billy Ling 

SECOND ROW: Dewey Ervin, Dan Adamson, Stanley Hauerwas, Jim Kennedy, Berni e Sandberg, David Watts. 



Since 1948 members of Blue Key have been recognizing other men students who have contributed 
services to the campus. It is a national leadership fraternity, which chooses its members from 
junior and senior students with a high scholastic average. Dean Berglund serves as sponsor. Officers 
are- Tommy McClung, President; JimKennedy, Vice-President; JimBrown, Recording Secretary; Dan Adam- 
son, Corresponding Secretary; Stanley Hauerwas, Alumni Secretary; and Jim Reid, Treasurer. 



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Cardinal Key 




Sitting are: Susan Staples, Jo Ann Winfrey, Carolyn Watts, Penny Langford, and 
Susie Stark 
Standing are: Missy Chapman, Barbara Smith, Ellen Risinger, Joanna Morgan, Susie Hughes, 
Cherrie Knippa, Laura Jane Winfrey, and Linda Hutsell. 



Cardinal Key is a national honorary service organization for upper-class women. 
Members are chosen according to their service contributions to the campus and their 
scholastic achievement. Dean Martha Mitten serves as sponsor. Officers are: Susan 
Stark, President; Susan Staples, Vice-President; Susie Hughes, Secretary; and Jo Ann 
Winfrey, Treasurer. 



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Pi Gamma Mu 




First row: Ellen Risinger, Martha Burns, Missy Mood Chapman, Smith Ray, and Tommy McCl un| 
Second row; Joe Royce and Jim Brown. 



Pi Gamma Mu is a national social science honor 
society. Dr. Merzbach and Miss Neas serve as spon- 
sors. 



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Alpha Chi 




First Row; Cherrie Knippa, Sandra Elliot, Ellen R i singer- Secretary, Diana Beighle, Missy Mood 

Chapman - Vice-President, Barbara Smith, and Carolyn Shimer. 
Second Row: Jose Palos, Jim Kennedy - President, Smith Ray, Barbara Williams, SusanStark, Tommy 

McClung - Treasurer. 



Alpha Chi is a national honor society, which initiates 
upperclassmen who have a 90 overall average. Dr. Clifford 
serves as sponsor. 



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Pi Delta Epsilon 




Miss Pearl A. Neas, Sponsor, Barbara Smith, Burney 
Sandburg, Stanley Hauerwas, Smith Ray. 



Pi Delta Epsilon is a national honorary journalism fraternity, which 
initiates student journalists who have worked on collegiate publica- 
tions. It is an award for their efforts and services in the field of 
journal ism. 



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Pi Epsilon Delta 




From left to right: R. J. Mott, Barbara Smith Paul Earls, Richard Moore, 
Kathy Strickler, Sandra Elliot, Kitty Hallman, Alan Share, Charlene 
Miller and Sandra Munson. 



Pi Epsilon Delta is a national honorary 
dramatic fraternity. It strives to stimulate 
interest and participation in the dramatic 
arts. Officers are; Bill Hite, President; 
Pete Calhoun, Vice-President; and R. J. Mott, 
Secretary. 




Dr. Springer, Sponsor 



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Kappa Chi 




Seated: Pat Mowat - Secretary, Sandy Coon - President, Fred Johnson, Glenn 

Sand I i n, Tinka Simons - L.S. Contact, Ellen Risinger. 
Standing: Tom Dillon - Vice-President, Jim Brown, Jose Palos - Mood Contact, 

Anthony Cecil, Bob Borg, Larry Lacy, Larry Jones, and Ronald Hunter. 



Kappa Chi is the organization for life service students, which provides 
an opportunity to learn more about their field. Dr. Norman Spellman and Mr. 
and Mrs. Harvey Watts serve as sponsors. 



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Kappa Phi 




First row: Martha Neely, Ruth Ann Lloyd, Sandra Murphree, Suzanne Barton, and Becky Lawson. 
Second row: Margaret Houser, Lynette Cornitius, Tinka Simons - Vice-President, Troy Ann 

Israel - Vice-President, and Diana Speer. 
Third row: Judy Thornton - President, Tina Boettcher, Ellen Risinger, Susan Peacock, Roberta 

Wisler, Eileen Munson, Pat Mowat, Jan Moody, and Beverly Stewart. 



The Kappa Phi Club is organized to form a closer association among Methodist 
women who are in college in order that they may grow as Christians through study 
and service. Mrs. F. B. Clifford and Mrs. Durwood Fleming serve as sponsors. 



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SCA 




Seated: Joanna Morgan - Vice-president, Penny Lewis, Susan Stark - Secretary, 

Beverly Medford, Molly Miller, and Julie Hailey. 
Standing: Karen Busby, Penny Langford, Diana Beighle, Sandy Coon, Tommy 

•McClung - President, Linda Wooster, and Mervyn Stelter. 

These people form the SCA Council. 



The purpose of the Student Christian Association is to build a 
fellowship of students and faculty members, devoted to the task of 
actual izing in thei r common life those ideals of personal and social 
living to which they are committed by their faith as Christians. Dr. 
Norman Spe 1 1 man serves as sponsor of this group. 



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Sou'wester 




From left: Beoo Benjamin, Copy Editor; 
Kaki Harris, Linda Wilson, Division 
Pages; Ki t Schoenf ield, Organizations; 
Patti Fai rbend, Favor i tes . 



From left: Joanna May, Girls' Sports; Nancy 
Northington, Gretchen Holmes, Campus. 




From left: Carolyn King, Campus; Carolyn 
Shimer, Classes; Betty Woodlock, Student 
Life. 






Sharon Howe 1 1 
Typist 



John Roark 
len's Sports 



Judie Montgomery, Edi tor 





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Southwestern Magazine 




The Southwestern Magazine is concerned 
with the student and his creative effort. 
Dr. CI i fford serves as sponsor. 



Ci rculation Editor, John Franks 
Proof Reader, Kitty Hal Iman 
Associate Editor, Tim Fitzgerald 




Editor, Barbara Smith 



Poetry Editor, Pol ly Bohmfalk 
Photographer, Mike Lorfing 
Art Editor, Bill Hite 
Feature Editor, Judy Standley 




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Megaphone 





Rel igion Ed j tor, Susan Petry 
Sports Ed i tor, Jon Franks 
Features, Judy Ledbetter 
Advertising Manager, Jim Guess 
Cartoonist, Tom Bel I 



Staff members: Ray Duke, Stanley 
Hauerwas, Lanny Naeglin, and Jack 
White. 




Features, Kitty Halfman; Editor, 
Smith Ray; Columnists, Georgia 
Wynne, Bebo Benjamin, and Austin 
Bray. 



The Megaphone is published by the students 
of Southwestern and is issued weekly during 
the school year. 




Editor, Smith Ray 



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Mask § Wig 




ANDROCLES AND THE LION: Bi II Hite, Jerry 
Knauf f , R. J. Mot t , Richard Moore. 



ANDROCLES AND THE LION: Sandra 
Elliot and Bill Hite. 





Mask and Wig is a service organiza- 
tion open to students interested in par- 
ticipating in productions on the campus. 
Dr. Springer and Mr. Taylor are sponsors. 
Officers are; President, Sandra Elliot; 
Vice-President, Barbara Sm i th; Secretary- 
treasurer, Linda Schulze; Scribe, Nancy 
Stephenson; Business Manager, RJ.Mott. 



ANDROCLES AND THE LION: George Brown 
and Betty Knauth. 



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THE MALE ANIMAL: Richard Moore, Sandra 
Moore, Bill Hite, Georgianne Wynne, R.J. 
Mott, Linda Schulze, Herbie Boehme. 





THE MALE ANIMAL: R.J.Jott, Linda 
Schulze, Richard Moore. 



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THE COUNTRY GIRL: R. J. Mott, Stu 
Slater, Dr. Springer, Pete Calhoun. 



THE COUNTRY GIRL: Dr. Springer, Alan 
Share, Ki tty Hal I man. 




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International Club 




First row: Thomas Kaung - Vice-president, Marcus Fang, Roberto Ardaya, Jose Palos, 

Nicky Huestis, Billy Ling - President. 
Second row: Pat Mowat, Irene Maxted, Nancy Ma, Frances Dixon, Lynn Wang, Diana 

Beighle - Secretary-treasurer, Betha Cox, Becky Lawson, Glenda Roe. 
Third row: Bebe Bloomquist, Dr. and Mrs. Wolcott, Henry Cox, Horace Ma, Achille Catran, 

Catran, Fred Johnson, Don Trompler, Alkis Mouradoglou, Lawrence Wong, Ben 

Aderholt, Linda Burton. 



The International Club emphasises an international membership of both 
foreign and American students. The club provides opportunity for inter- 
change of cultural ideas. Dr. and Mrs. Wolcott serve as sponsors. 



106 



French Club 




SEATED: Judy Thornton, Carol Lane, Shirley Guyler, Sally Oliver, Martha Gee, and Mrs. Smith. 
STANDING: George Burris, Faith Starnes, Marilyn Brough, Larry Hill, Clarice Coffee, Anthony 
Cecil, Huntley Kennesson, Mr. Smith and Margaret Scott. 



The purpose of the French Club is to stimulate interest 
in the French language and culture. Officers are: President, 
Shirley Guyler; Vice-President, Fai th Starnes; Secretary Ka- 
ren McDonald; Treasurer, George Burris; Publicity Chairman, 
Mary Lovey Wood, Mr. Smith serves as sponsor. 



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German Club 




STANDING: Mr. Monostory, Connie Cooper, Linda Burton, Ed Erikson, Ronnie Scoggins, Lee i I 
Hander, Thomas Kaung, David Harley, Marcus Fang, David Luke r; 

SEATED: Carolyn Granberry, Eli'se Zerr, Lynn Wong, Susie Banta, Nancy Ma, Cornelia Conn, Sue 
Gail Mott, Julie Haley, Dee Weisinger, Pat Perry. 



The German Club is a group of German students who assemble 
to learn more of the German culture and ideals. This chapter 
is closely connected wi th TAGS, the Texas Association of German 
Students. Ronnie Scoggins is president. 



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Spanish Club 




First row: Pat Loyd, Mike Little, and Karen Busby 

Second row: Bebe Bloomquist, Susanne Barton, Carlita Hughes, Nancy Northington 

- Secretary-Treasurer, and Fred Johnson - Vice-president. 
Third row: Tom Vickers, Sue Parks, Bob Loveless, Elise Zerr, Judy Kuykendall, 

Bill Collins, Linda Burton, Susan Jones, and Dr. McCoy.- Sponsor 



The Spanish Club was organized on this campus to further the 

understanding between the North and South American Continents and 

to increase knowledge of the Latin culture. John Roark serves as 
president. 



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SNEA 




FIRST ROW: Clarice Coffee, DeEtte Green, Suzanne Morrow, Connie Cooper, Karen Hamme, Pat Perry, 

Laurie Kraemer, Nancy Hart, Becky Mays. 

SECOND ROW: Marilyn Brough, Sue Gail Mott, Bebo Benjamin, Judy Gilbert, Molly Miller, Barbara 

Menchen, Sandra Shinker, Sharon St. Lawrence, Glenda Roe, Joanna May, Mrs. Zajeck, Barbara Brewer, 

Jan Moody, Gay Giddings, Mrs. Caskey, Carolyn Canady, Jeanne Bingham, Martha Burns, Becky Lawson, 

Margaret Rodgers. 

THIRD ROW: Linda Driskell, Georgette Katool, Jerry Evans, Jackie Watts, Diana Beighle, Ann Elkins, 

Kay Jackson, Ada Smyth.. 

FOURTH ROW: Joan Bohmfalk, Linda Wooster, Margaret Scott, Penny Langford, Carol Henderson, Jane 

Vaught, Merry Martin. 



The Student National Education Association is an affiliate of the 
National Education Association. Its purpose is to provide students who 
are in teacher training with professional experience and training in the 
work of professional organizations at the local, state, and national 
level . 



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Young Republicans 







STANDING: Dee Weisinger, Bill Watts, Bob Rork, Kaki Harris, Jim Kennedy, Kit Schoenf ield, 
Carolyn Kent, Joe Royce, Willie Johnson, Ada Smyth, Clarice Coffee, John Wallace. 
SEATED; Dick Lane, Sharon Howell, Smith Ray, Cathie Osborne, Jim Reid, Steve Raben. 



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Science Society 




From left to right: Lecil Hander; Jimmy Lindly; Allison Trompler; Horace 
Ma, Vice-President; and Don Williams, President. 



Increasing interest and knowledge in the sciences, the Southwestern 
University Science Society honors advanced students of the natural sciences 
and mathematics. In order to belong, students must maintain an eighty-four 
average. Dr. Girvin serves as sponsor. 



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Prelaw Association 




SITTING: Gary Maddox, Bruce Maresh, Day i d Taylor, Ka thy Krenek, Jim Bohmfalk, and Martha Burns. 
SECOND ROW: Pat Peters, Joe Royce, David Easley, Ken Li pscomb, John Roark, Steve Raben, Jim Reid, 

Austin Bray. 
THIRD ROW: Jon Franks, Stan Mendenhal I, Bitsy Butler, Nic Nicholson, Smith Ray, Bill Watts, Ar- 

len Ferguson. 



The Pre-Law Society was founded for the purpose of aiding those interested in the 
profession of law. This organization is open to all interested in law, history, or 
government. Dr. Hester is sponsor. Officers are: Jon Franks, President; Smith Ray, 
Vice-President, Gary Maddox, Social; and Ka thy Krenek, Secretary. 



113 



Lettermen's Association 




David Warner, Dickie Stanley, Jim Brown, Joe Royce, John Hensley, Dick Lane, Roger Brown. 



The Lettermen's Association, established for promoting interest in 
sports, is composed of all men who have been awarded letters. Selection 
is made by the coaches on the basis of performance, service, and attitude. 
Don Williams is president and Coach Myron Dees is the sponsor. 



114 



WRA 




First row: Judy Thornton, President; Beverly Bigham, Bowling; Peggy McCallie, Volleyball 
Neil Barnes, Basketball; Becky Mays, Secretary-Treasurer; and Nancy Hart, Vice-Presi 
dent. 

Second row: Laurie Kraemer, Archery; Judy Nyquist; Ann Harley; Betty Fishbeck, Sponsor; 
Mary Lovey Wood, Badminton; Dee Wesinger, Tennis; Carolyn Shimer, Reporter. 



The Women's Recreational Association (commonly known as the WRA) 
is the organization on the campus which plans and conducts the intra- 
mural sports program for women. 



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Lab Band 




The Southwestern Lab 
band functions as a 
dance band for social 
organizations on the 
campus and high schools 
in the area. It serves 
as a workshop for in- 
terested students. Mr. 
George E. Nelson serves 
as conductor. 



From left: David Watts, Robert Paysee, lllee Simons, Richard 
Moore, George Duncan, Mr. Nelson, Robert White, David Spurgin 
and Robert Penick. 



Organ Guild 



From left: William Thomas, Mr. Penick, Linda Cameron, Martha 
Neeley, Sarah Jordan, Emily Long, Bunny Peters, Jimmy Lazen- 
by, Ruth Lloyd. 



The Organ Gui Id seeks to 
promote and publ icize or- 
gan music and functions. 
It also encourages indiv- 
idual performance, espec- 
ial ly in regard to sacred 
music. 




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Delta Omicron 




SEATED: Mary Ann Brennaman, Sara Jordan, Joyce Dearman, Marcia Piatt, Ruth Lloyd Karen 

Housinfluke, Bunny Peters. 

STANDING: Doris Deats, Linda Cameron, Susan Luckel, Mrs. Walter Chambers, D r use i I la 

Huffmaster, Emily Long, Mrs. Balderson, Ka thy Freydenfeldt, Mary Lynch, Linda Bennison, 

Laurie Kraemer, Mrs. Thomas Douglass, Martha Neely. 



Delta Omicron isa national professional music fraternity 
for women, which fosters talent and increases interest 
through fel lowship. 



Southwestern Band 



The band, under the 
di rect ion of Mr. George 
Nelson, gives students 
the opportunity to act- 
ively participate in 
creating music. The band 
presents a number of 
concerts on the campus 
throughout the year and 
performs at the basket- 
bal I games as well. 




Southwestern Orchestra 




The orchestra gives the 
students and faculty an 
opportunity to work to- 
gether in a common inter- 
est. Two concerts are 
presented each year. Mr. 
Thomas Douglas i s con- 
ductor. 



A Cappella Choir 




The Southwestern A Cappella Choir, under the direction 
of Dean John 0. Richards, is noted for its excellence in 
performance and quality of singing. 



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Independent 



t 







Bernie Sandberg, 
President 




Jo Ann Bi rkner 
Vice-President 




Judy Nyquist 
Secretary- 
Treasurer 




Pat Fletcher 
Social Chairman 





Judy Kuykendal I 
Senate Representative 




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Association 



Pete Aieman 
Alaine Fay Anderson 
Suzi Ban t a 
Suzanne Barton 
Bob Bo rg 
Robert Bost 




Richard Browning 
Karen Busby 
Antony fjeci I 
Janis Chi les 
Mary Ann Clendenin 
Jennie Col Mer 
Lynette Cornel ius 
Shei la Cummings 

Frances Dickson 
Bi 1 1 ie Ruth Fish 
Kathy Freydenfeldt 
Carla Tu I les 
Larry Lacy 
Pat Lloyd 
Ruth Ann Lloyd 
Mike Lorfing 

Rosal ind Marshal I 
Sharron Marshal I 
Alki s Monzadaglon 
Pat "owat 
Wayne Murph 
Susan Petry 
Walter Pinkston 
"lenn Sand I in 



Al ison Trompler 
Don Trompler 
Sharon Vi rden 
Kathy Wei mer 
Roberta Whisler 
El ise Zerr 



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Men's Panhellenic 




From left to right are: Johnny Hoi I i ngworth, Phil Fielder, Joe Sheldon, Tom Hancock, 
Jim Reid, Sandy Coon, Steve Raben, and Mervyn Stelter. 



Men's Panhellenic isthe governing body for rush. It determines the rules and 
penalties for rush and promotes closer inter-fraternity relationships on campus. 
Dean Berglund serves as sponsor. 



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Women's Panhellenic 




From left to right are Cherrie Knippa, Barbara Williams, Carlela Keys, Susan Staples, Clarice 
Coffee, Susan Stark, Mauri ne Brock, Barbara Smith, and Laura Jane Winfrey. 



Women's Panhellenic encourages scholarship, as well as setting all rules for rush 
activities and bringing the groups closer together in an understanding of each other. 
Dean Martha Mitten serves as sponsor. Officers are: Clarice Coffey, President; Judy 
Standley, Vice-President; Laura Jane Winfrey, Secretary; Carlela Keys, Treasurer; Susan 
Stark, Social Chairman. 



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Alpha 








Sandra El I iott 
President 



Tinka Simmons 

Fi rst Vice-President 



Jerry Evans 
Second Vice- 
President 



Jackie Watson 
Recording 
Secretary 



Connie Cooper 
Treasurer 



Pat Tanner 
Rush 




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Delta Pi 







Judy Stone 
El len Terry 
Ann Wadswo r th 



Nina Arnold 
Joan Baenziger 
Sara Burgin 
Betty Ewing 
Kathy Foster 
Nancy Frazer 
Julie Ha i ley 
Mary Hays 




Missy Mood Chapman 
Diana Reed 
Beth Rider 
Linda Schulze 
Barbara Smith 
Gwynne Sonnen 
LaSchel le Thompson 
Jo Ann Ward 
Jackie Watts 
Jo Ann Winfrey 

Laura Jane Winfrey 
Mary Lovey Wood 
Barbara Boydston 
Betha Cox 
Becky Denison 
Jackie Dixon 
Carolyn Fagela 
Lois Gay le 

Carolyn Granberry 
Alecia Hemphi 1 1 



a Huestis 
i ta Hughes 

Judy Ledbetter 

Bonnie Messer 

Sue Parks 

Sandra Pennington 

Cookie Ray 

Beverly Stewart 



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Delta 



Carolyn Shinier 
President 



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Cherrie Knippa 
Vice-President 



Glenda Roe 
Recording 
Secretary 



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Kitty Hal Iman 

Corresponding 

Secretary 




Marcel la Wichman 
Treasurer 




Nancy Northington 
Rush 




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Delta Delta 



Joan Al len 
Diane Beighle 
Beverly Bigham 
Barbara Brewer 
Judy Edington 
Nancy Gay 
Martha Gee 
Missy Goodloe 




OeEtte Green 
Shi rley Guyler 
Mary Kathryn Hanly 
Lee Henderson 
Gretchen Holmes 
Jan Kerr 
Carlela Keys 
Penny Langford 
Trecia Laster 
Peggy McCal I ie 

Jan Moody 
Joanna Morgan 
Carolyn Tenery 
Minta Jo Schwa I be 
Margaret Scott 
Ada Smyth 
Judy Thornton 
Becky Barnes 
Martha Beard 
Tina Boettcher 

Bev Boughton 
Betty Brown 
Susan Crocker 
Janice Dougal I 
Beth Fair 
Gay Giddings 
Liz Hiller 
Linda Hinton 
Elizabeth Hitt 
Judy Love 



Susan Luckel 
Karen McDonald 
Judy McMi I Ian 
Martha Neeley 
Lynn Robinson 
Kay Roscheni 
Nancy Sharpe 
Mary Wei r 



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Delta ; 




Barbara Wi 1 1 iams 
President 




Karen Hamme 
Rush 




Martha More I and 
Pledge Trainer 



Kit Schoenfield 
Recording 
Secretary 




Glenda Greer 
Corresponding 
Secretary 



Linda Olson 
Treasurer 




lot pictured: Diana Loveless, Kathie Strickler 
and Dee Weissinger. 



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Zeta 



Mo 1 1 y A rmswo rth 
Neill Barnes 
Linda Driskel I 
Ann Elkins 
Nancy Hart 
Kay Hays 
Susie Hughes 
Pat Hutchison 




Linda Hutsel I 
Kay Jackson 
Laurie Kraemer 
Mary Lynch 
Joanna May 
Becky Mays 
Beverly Medford 
Charlene Miller 
Cathie Osborne 
Pat Perry 

Susie Stark 
Sharon St. Lawrence 
Perry Will iams 
Linda Bennison 
Joan Bohmfalk 
Nancy Cooper 
Diane Daugherty 
Mary Ann Harvey 
Gini Haase 
Carolyn House 



Margar-et Houser 
Carolyn Ki Igore 
Mona Lowman 
Tanna McClung 
Merry Mart in 
Ann Obanon 
Bunny Peters 
Ann Raw I ins 

Pam Roper 
Elizabeth Smith 
Diana Speer 
Clai re Warner 
Jo Watkms 
Jong Soon Kim 

(social member) 
Barbara Sing 



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Phi 




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Eleanor Shu 1 1 
President 



Mary Ann Zieser 
Vice-President 



Maurine Brock 
Pledge Trainer 



Jeanne Bingham 
Secretary 



Karen Rydel 
Treasurer 




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Mu 



Mar i lyn Brough 
Clarice Coffee 
Ooris Deats 



Barbara Fowler 
Janet Gibson 
Troy Ann Israel 
Carol Lane 
Barbara Menking 




rene Max ted 
Sandy Morrow 
Sher ian Story 
She r r on Thomas 
Janie Vought 



Molly Miller 
Sue Gayle Mock 
El len Risinger 
Margaret Rodgers 
Bobbie Roper 
Jeanine Sandi fer 
Sandy Sanders 



She I ia Thomas 
Helen Bloomquist 
Judy Gi Ibert 
Karen Housenfluke 
Susan Jones 
Carolyn Kent 
Becky Lawson 



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Zeta Tau 




Sandra Munson 
President 




Linda Wi I son 
Vice-President 




Carolyn Canady 
Secretary 





Kathy Krenek 
Treasurer 







Judy Montgomery 
Ritual Chairman 





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Alpha 



Linda Armour 
Polly Bohmf a I k 
artha Burns 
Sunda Cal Ian 
Ann Day 
Jane Guest 
Anne Harley 
Kaki Harris 




Sharon Howe 1 1 
Monette Jenkins 
Carolyn King 
Karen Knox 
Penny Lewis 
Carmen Matheny 
Barbara Nicholson 
Ter ry Real 
Joan Schel I ing 
Judy Standley 

Sondra Sul I i van 
Mary Ann Trappey 
Sandy Scholze 
Susan Staples 
Nancy Stephenson 
Linda Wooster 
Dianne Sarth 
Mary Ann Breneman 
Patsy Di I lashaw 
Janice Ekblad 



Patti Fairbend 
Sarah Jordan 
Kay Ki Ipat rick 
Fritzi Kunkel 
Frannie Langston 
Dinah Lunsford 
Suzanne Morrow 
Mel inda Moses 



Jan Nesbitt 
Sal ly Oliver 

argaret Robinson 
Char la Stone 

el i ssa Ti tsworth 
Jo Scott Ward 
Kathy Wi Ison 



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Kappa 





Bill Leonard 
President 





Arlen Ferguson 
Vice-President 




Jim Sm i th 

Recording Secretary 




Tom Howe 
Corresponding Secretary 




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Smith Ray 
Treasurer 



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Alpha 



Austin Bray 
J im Crowley 
Clarence Downing 
Bi 1 1 Fel lows 
Tommy Hancock 
im Helpinst i 1 1 




Wi 1 1 iam Johnson 
J im Kennedy 
J im Lazenby 
Bob Loveless 
John Montgomery 
Chris Penick 
Bobby Haynes 
Jim Re i d 




oway 



Tom Lofton 
Mike Maness 
Bill Miller 
Harvey Mo f f at t 
Clark Morian 
Ernie Nieto 
Robert Poporny 
Howard Rhodes 



John Robe rtson 
Butch Smith 
Eddie Stinson 
Cliff Walker 
Wi Ison Whi tmier 
Charles Wi Ison 



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Kappa 




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Phil Fielder 
Grand Master 



John Henslev 
Grand Procurator 



David Baugess 
Grand Master 
of Ceremonies 



Don McClury 
Grand Scribe 



Dick Lane 
Grand Treasurer 




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Sigma 



Ben Aderholt 
Jeff Allen 
Dennis Anderson 
Steve Costley 
Billy Cox 
ike Garrett 
Harry Guyton 
John Hoi I ingsworth 




Glenn Howard 
Shelly Howell 
Calvin Jochetz 
Bi 1 1 Kesler 
Eddie Knight 
Randy Lankford 
Wayne Laster 
Bob Lockhart 
Skip Mil ler 
J im Moore 

Ron Patterson 
Joe Pat ton 
Lynn Patton 
John Roark 
Bob Rork 

Richard Schmitt 
Don Todd 
Bill Watts 
Richard Woods 
Hank Bradly 



Mac Burns 
Bi 1 1 Co I grove 
J im Fisher 
Larry Glazner 
Ted Low 

Terry Mashburn 
John Nabers 
Jerry Perry 



Jack Phi Ibr ick 
Hoppy Pocock 
John Sheppard 
Charles Simank 
Lin Weems 



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Pi Kappa 



Steve Raben 
President 




Jim Winn 
Vice-President 




Bill Fair 
Recording 
Secretary 




G H. Bailey 
Corresponding 
Secretary 





James Draeger 
Treasurer 



Gerald Kurio 
Pledge Trainer 




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Alpha 



Joe Bauscher 
Sam Birkner 
Herbv Boehme 
John Brockman 
Pete Calhoun 
lv Caskey 




Tim Fi tzgerald 
J im Guess 
David Hares 
Merritt Hitt 
Huntley Kennesson 
David Lemons 
R.J. Mott, Jr. 
Joe Mundy 

Lannv Naegl in 
Alan Share 
Mervyn Stel ter 
Buddy Threads i 1 1 
Bob Tindell 
Don Ward 
David Watts 
Steve Zwick 

Gerald Abeles 
Jack Borden 
Gene Davi s 
Eugene Dommel 
Ed Erikson 
Richard finch 
George Goss 
James Hardy 

Gary Leavel I 
Ben Olfinger 
I lee Simons 
George Tidwel I 
Harold Vogler 
Bill Wall 
Bill Watts 
Charley Wright 



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Phi Delta 








Stanley 

Hauerwas 
President 



Jon Franks 
Pledgemaster 



Bill Dansbv 
Recording 
Secretary 



David Easley 
Corresponding 
Secretary 



Gary Maddox 
Treasurer 




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Theta 




«mik 



Dan Adamson 

Charles Bohmf a I k 

J im Bohmf a I k 

J im Brown 

George Burris 

Jim Butler 

Sandy Coon 

Tom Di lion 

George Dunkin 

Ed Ellis 

Dewey Ervin 

Owight Haley 

Pete Hammel 

Mike Barrel I 

Dale Johnson 

Mi I ton Jordan 

Fred Kandler 

Ken Lipscomb 

Richard Lockhart 

Bruce Marsh 

Stan Mendenhal I 

Tom McAferty 

Merr iman Morton 

Tommy Porter 

Joe Royce 

John Sandidge 

Joe Sheldon 

Stu Slater 

David Taylor 

Paul Tuxworth 

John Wal lace 
David Warner 
I Beatty 
Albert Butler 
John Cox 
El I iott Flowers 
Tommy Griffin 
Jack Gul ledge 
James Herbert 
Tom Ham i I ton 
Hop Harbeson 
Kenneth Jocobson 
Jerry Knauff 
Robert Lagon 
Bill Little 
Steve Mormi on 
Nick Nicholson 
Bob Powel I 
Skipper Shaw 
Dick Shook 
John Simpson 
Mike Spiekerman 
Griff Vance 
J im Vance 
Tom Vickers 



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Inter-Fraternity Council 




Sitting are Carlela Keys, Susan Staples, Clarice Coffee, Susan Stark, and Laura Jane Winfrey. 
Standing are: Tom Hancock, Joe Sheldon, Phil Fielder, and Mervyn Stelter. 



The Inter-Fraternity Council was established in order to strengthen fraternity 
relations and purposes. A charity dance was given this year by the group in order 
to raise money for the United Fund. Sponsors are Dean Mitten and Dean Berglund. 
Officers are: President, Joe Sheldon; Vice-President, Clarice Coffee; Treasurer, 
Phil Fielder. 



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S. U. Pirates 





Coach Dees 



Coach Medley 



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Joe hits agai nst the Rams. 



iitmire hits his patented jump shot, 




Ernie scores a bucket 
and gets a free throw. 



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Jerry Knauf f 



Harvey Moffett 



Ernie Nieto 





" Goose" drives for an easy lay-up. 



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Whitmi re, get off his back! 




Jerry scores two from outside. 



"Big Joe" sinks a beaut i ful hook. 



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Tom Griffin 




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Varsity 




Left to right: Larry Jones, Bill Watts, Jerry Perry, Coach Harvey Watts, Ed Willis, 
Robert Bost, David Watts 



Tennis 



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BACK ROW: (I. to r. ) Dwight Haley, Stan 
Mendenha I I , Nic Nicholson; CENTER: Jack 
Gut ledge, Milton Jordan, Bi I I Beatty, Joe 
Royce, Dick Jenkins, Tom McAf erty, Charles 
Bohmfalk, Gary Maddox; KNEEL ING: Tom Dil- 
lon, Ed. Willis, Bitsy Butler, Ken Lips- 
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spectator 




is a great 
sport. 




Football is a game full of good runners. . 





and long runs with the aid of blocking; 



it has its hard knocks and spills 



but we wouldn't give it up 



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Here comes Al ley Oop! 





More yardage for the "Blue boys." 



Wide open spaces for Kurio. 



Wei I, that's al I unti I next year. 






Royce must be double jointed. 



Man, he's really straining. 



" Big Al" goes high for a spike. 



Good setups make good points. 




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Left to right: Merriman Morton, Hop Harbeson, Pete 
Hamel, Gary Maddox, Dwight Haley, Tom Dillon, and 
Griff "ance. 




Up and over. Joe, what happened 
to your leg? 



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Left to right, Top: Tom Griffin, Dwight Haley, Pete Hamel, John Simpson, Dan Adamson, 
Stan Mendenha 1 1 , Me r r i man Morton, 
Bottom: Tom Dillon David Easley, David Warner, Joe Royce, Griff Vance. 



STANDINGS 








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Phi Delta Theta 


4 


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Kappa Sigma 


3 


2 


Independents 


3 


2 


Pi Kappa Alpha 


1 


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Kappa Alpha 





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The game started slow, 




and the I ead changed hands, 



but the Pnis outshot the Sigs 50-44 





The Pikes tore the Baros up the first half, 



but good backboard work and 



shooting won the Barbs a cliff-hanger 49- 



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lots of fouls, lots of running, and 



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Left to Right: Sharon St. Lawrence, George Burris, Boogie Han I ey , Bob Powell, 
Sarah Jordan, Tom Di I Ion 



Our 'Spirit'ual Leaders 




V. -:;:■, ■;:, .■::,■/,■:. ■-,, j* SS 






A pinch in time may save the game. 



"You put your left arm in, 




Basketball Champs - Alpha Delta Pi. Front: Evans, Winfrey, Tanner, Wood 

Back: Stewart, Reed, Thompson, Hailey. 





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Maybe this one will go in, even 
if Judy doesn't I ike the idea. 



Come to me, bal 



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Which way's the game going? 



Volleyball Champs: Independents 
Back Row: V i r den, Whitaker, Nyquist 
Front Row: Murphree, Abdnor, Barton 



Fight a little harder! 




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1st place in Table Tennis - Sandra Murphree 




1st place in Team Bowling - Alpha Delta Pi 
L-R: Simons, Tanner, Wood, Haley 



The other intramural sports offered 
for women, and not pictured on this 
page, are: Badminton - singles and 
doubles, Golf, Tennis singles, Arch- 
ery, Swimming. 



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1st place in Bowling - Singles - Judy Thornton 



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Miss Southwestern 

is chosen from senior girls. A faculty committee nominates 
according to grades, activities, and service to the school. 
The student body will elect Miss Southwestern from these 
five Nominees 



Susan Staples 





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Cinda Mutsell 




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Anne Ma tie y 



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Susie Stark 




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Calvin flocketz 



Melted 

Snowman 

of 

Southwestern 

University 



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All-School 
Beauty 

Mary Ann Zrappcy 





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Alpha Delta Pi Beauty 




Alpha 
Delta 
Pi 



Barbara Smith 





Carolyn Jagala 



Carolyn Qranberry 



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Penny Cangford 

Delta Delta Delta Beauty 




Diana fgeigkle 




Delta 
Delta 

Delta 




Kay Koscheni 



Barbara Krewer 



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Barbara Williams 



Delta Zeta Beauty 



Delta 



Zeta 




Karen Mamme 




p Wat kins 




Pat Perry 




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Sharon Marshall 

independent Beauty 




Independent 



Association 






VHHiHHH' i 



Judy fly qui st 





Carolyn Mouse 



AnuMast 



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Sherian Story 
Phi Mu Beauty 



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Barbara Mcnking 




Phi 



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Carolyn Kent 



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Sarah Jordan 



Zeta Tau Alpha Beauty 





Carmen Matheny 



Mary ^nn Zrappey 




Zeta 



Tau 



Alpha 



Sunda Callan 



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BASKETBALL 



SWEETHEARTS 




NOMINEES 



Boogie Hanley, Barbara Brewer, Carolyn King, Janet Rridges, Mary Wier, 
Nominee 



Irs. James Giese, Honorary 



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Best Dressed Girl 

T)e Stte $reen 



Best Dressed Nominees 




Left to right: Sylvia Cole. Barbara Brewer, ge Ette Green, 
Nancy Sharp, Pat Tanner 



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Kappa Alpha Rose 
flack ie Carol Watson 






Independent 

Sweetheart 



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Kappa Sigma 

Dream Girl 

Qretcken Holmes 




Pi Kappa Alpha 

Dream Girl 

Karen Mam me 




ALLISON TROMPLER 

Alpha Chi, Science Society 
Independent Assoc. - Pres. 



Who's 



Who 




ELLEN RISINGER 

Phi Mu - Standards Chairman, Chap- 
lain; Alpha Chi - Sec; Pi Gamma 
Mu; Cardinal Key; Kappa Phi -Vice- 
Pres., Reporter, Chaplain; Kappa 
Chi; S.C.A. Council 



STANLEY HAUERWAS 

Annual Staff; Pi Delta Epsilon 
- Pres.; Senator; Pi Gamma Mu; 
Blue Key; S.C.A. Council; Phi 
Delta Theta - Pres., Vice-Pres. 




SUSAN STAPLES 

Inter-fraternity Council; Panhel- 
lenic Rep.; Distinction List; Zeta 
Tau Alpha - Rush Captain, Scholar- 
ship Chairman, Activities Chairman; 
Pres., Bishops Memorial Union; Pi 
Gamma Mu; Card inal Key - Vi ce -Pres. ; 
Senate -Exec. Officer; W.R. A. - Re- 
porter; Sophomore Class - Sec. 




TOMMY McCLUNG 

S.C.A.- Pres., Vice-Pres.; Honor 
Council; Blue Key - Pres.; Alpha 
Chi - Treas.; Pi Gamma Mu; Kappa 
Chi; Letterman's Assoc; Senator 
M.S.M. 



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Who's 



LEE HENDERSON 

Del ta Del ta Del ta - Marshal I , Song 
Leader; A Cap pe I la Choir; Delta 
Omicron; Opera Club; Girl of the 
Issue, '58 



Who 



CALVIN JOCHETZ 

Kappa Sigma - Vice-Pres.; A Cap- 
pella Choir; German Club-Treas., 
Pres.; Blue Key; Alpha Chi; Vice- 
Pres., Student Body; Vars i ty Base- 
ball; Senator 





DAVID WATTS 

Senate - 2nd Vice-Pres., Pres.; 
Honor Council; Science Society; 
Letterman's Assoc; Blue Key; A 
Cappe I I a Choir; Kappa Chi; Pi 
Kappa Alpha; Band; Orchestra 



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J IM BROWN 

Phi Delta Theta; Blue Key - Sec, 
Treas.; Pi Gamma Mu - Vice-Pres.; 
Kappa Chi; T. I.S.A.; S.C.A.; M.S.M. 
- Pres.; Student Life Commission; 
Letterman's Assoc; Senator 



SUSIE STARK 

Panhellenic - Pres.; Alpha Chi - Sec; 
Cardinal Key -Pres.; Kappa Chi -Girls' 
Contact; Delta Zeta - Rush Chairman, 
Panhellenic Rep., Chaplain; M.S.M.; 
Dames' Club Award; Cardinal Key Award 
to Outstanding Woman - Freshman woman, 
Sophomore woman; Distinction List; Honor 
Counci I 



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DAN ADAMSON 

P i Gamma Mu; Pi Delta 
Eps i I on; Phi Delta The- 
ta; Blue Key; D i st i no- 
tion List 




DON WILLIAMS 

Science Society, German 
Club, D i st i net i on List, 
Lettermans Association, 
Alpha Chi 



J IM KENNEDY 

Kappa Alpha-Pres., Vice Pres.; 
Senator; Treas., Student Body; 
Alpha Chi - Pres. ; Bl ue Key - 
Vice Pres.; Science Society; A 
Cappella Choir; Student Union 
Governing Board 




DIANA BEIGHLE 

Delta Delta Delta - Pres., Frat. 
Education Chairman, Service Pro- 
jects Chairman; N.E.A. - Pres., 
Treas.; International Club - Sec. 
Treas.; M.S.M. - Sec; Alpha Chi; 
W. R. A.; Older Youth Council of 
Texas Conference - Sec; Distinc- 
tion list 




MISSY MOOD CHAPMAN 

Alpha Delta Pi - Social chairman. 
Corresponding Sec, Chaplain; Pi 
Gamma Mu - Historian; Alpha Chi - 
Vice Pres.; Cardinal Key; Panhel- 
lenic - Treas. ; S.C A.; Pi Kappa 
Alpha Dream Girl; Woodrow Wilson 
Fellowship Nominee; Distinction 
List; N.E.A. 

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JIM KENNEDY 

Kappa Al pha-Pres. , Vic 
Senate- r; Treas. , S t ude 
Alpha Ch i - Pres. ; Bl 
Vice Pres. ; Sc i ence So 
Cappe I I a cho i r; St uder 
Govern i ng Board 



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The 



First 



Frantic 



Days 





Don't ask me , I'm 
new here, too. 



Your room number.... 



206 




No need to put these away, 
with Kurth opening in a few days 




If you'll save my place, 
I can check my standing 
in the other line 




207 



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Please, no pictures 



208 




Together! 




I'm coming.... 




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I can't 

get up! 



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There's no telling how 
important this race may be 



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Is this all we get? 



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Getting 



Affiliated 




Surely she's 
coming, Carolyn 




No bid, 

Dr. Fleming? 



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You ain't 



never gettin' 



away 




Apparently they 
really wanted 
you 



213 



Familiar 



Happenings 





Now that you mention it, the house IS new. 



But Joan, just think how safe the country 
wi 1 1 be. 



214 




I thought you didn't like to have your picture taken, Joe. 




I 've never had so much fun! 



215 



Halloween 



Carnival 



at the 



SUB 




Doesn't hurt 
a bit. 




The good guys 



216 





Come into my 
parlour.... 



The bad guys 



217 




Best dressed 



nominees 




You'll love this 

punch - my own 

recipe, you 

know - 




Only a 
few of 
my most 
intimate 
friends 



218 




We just work here 





Long live the king! 



Court jesters dance 




A chilly Valentine 



219 





Warm feet anyone? 



Need a light, pal? 




Me, forget to sign out? 




Saturdays are such fun! 




Well! Come in! 



220 




Don't forget me! 






Did you really 
mean that? 



Pals forever 

. . . and we call the 
game baseball 



Sweed, our unsung hero 



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In the 

Mood 
For Sing-Song 



Help us, Santa 






We're allergic to pine 
trees 




Hark the Herald 
Stop throwing that paper! 



Psst! Have you heard about 
that littlest angel? 



222 




LK. has Christmas, too! 





Ooops! 



Look what I got on 

the twelth 
day of Christmas! 




Where did you say Mood Hall is? 



223 




The beat generation of S.U. 




Look at that fringe! 





Okey,you guys, I'm Capone 
and I don't take 
nothin' from 

nobody* . . 



and we go with those Kurth chicks 



2'24 





Arthur Murray was my 
teacher. 



Well, it's the nearest to 
Mexico I'll ever get. . . 




When we were fighting Pancho Villa. . . 




Sandra, come to Daddy. . . . 



225 



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Saint Nick will be here any minute now. 




Bath-tub gin at S.U. . 
really now! 




Okey, babe, lay your 
money down! 




Elvis and company 



226 




Let's spike the punch! 




Margaret, don't make that 
haircut too short!! 




Now dashing Dan and 
John Hook in black! 







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Maybe today... 



IT's got to be 
here some- 
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